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Fathers fear taking parental leave will impact career

More than half (52 per cent) of employees think that new fathers in their organisation do not take the full parental leave they are entitled to, according to Hays Ireland’s Gender Diversity Report 2017.

The SMART solution to your child’s learning needs

Parents of children with learning difficulties are often caught in an unexpected storm of uncertainty over how to identify and intervene regarding meeting their children’s educational requirements.

Learn to parent creatively

An innovative parenting course which will be held in the city in September will examine issues such as limits and boundaries, childhood anxiety, tantrums, and sibling rivalry.

PhD researcher seeks interviewees for study on foster care

An NUI Galway PhD researcher, who is undertaking an historical study of foster care in 20th century Ireland, is seeking interviewees for the project.

Mums spend more than two hours a day doing housework

A survey conducted by multivitamin brand, Pharmaton, has found that a mother’s work is never done, with 40 per cent of mums in Ireland spending between two and four hours on housework each day.

Keegan looks to remedy United’s concentration lapses as they head north

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Galway United’s last SSE Airtricity League Premier Division fixture before the mid-season break takes place at Maginn Park, Buncrana tomorrow evening against Derry City, kick off 7.45pm.

More than half of mothers are working during maternity leave

SMA Nutrition Ireland research has revealed that more than half of working mothers (52 per cent) have been involved in work-related activities in some capacity during their maternity leave.

More than 1,700 calls made to domestic violence helpline

omen experiencing domestic abuse received more than 1,700 calls last year.

Divorce and separation mediation service

Galway Divorce & Separations have produced a six-page coloured brochure aimed at couples whose marriage has broken down and who wish to proceed with an express closure to their marriage by divorce or separation.

Call for workers experiencing domestic violence to be given paid leave

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With more than 100 instances of reported domestic abuse in Galway last year, Ireland must follow the lead of Australia and the United States by introducing paid leave to workers experiencing domestic violence.

 

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